Chinook/citra APA

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  1. LlewellynBrewHaus

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    With the helles getting fined and kegged this weekend, looking to the 2nd brew I need for a wedding reception. My thinking is for an APA hopped with chinook for its wonderful dank/pine and charging in with citra at knockout and dry hop for balance and brightness ...what do ya think?

    Duet APA

    http://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/r ... 8/duet-apa
     
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    Nothing to argue with in that recipe - it should be good.
     
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    Going to with Kolsch malt, let me know about that, I've heard a lot of good things.
     
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    I bought a 55lb sack of it and have used it for my Oktoberfest,helles, and now will go into an APA . The maltster is Schill they are the main maltster in cologne German. I'm liking it so far, tons of extract yield about 2-3.5 Lov for color and @ $1.01 per pound pretty economical
     
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    that recipe is fine and should taste great
    after doing a hundred plus wedding I found that all the mild beers like hoppy wheat, pale ale and session ipa were drank in the first hour, only the double ipa which most said it was the best beer tasted had a 1/4 keg left at the end of the night, so the lighter tasting beers won because most had spouses and children and didn't want to be that buzzed I guess, just a thought :D
     

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